Bookings with 1st deposits paid between the 1st April 2021 - 31st August 2021 will be covered by Equity’s Covid Guarantee meaning:
You have the flexibility to move your schools tour to an alternative date at any time. Where possible Equity will keep the same pricing.*
If your booking needs to be cancelled due to Covid-19 restrictions within 14 days of departure, you will receive a full refund of monies paid.**
Equity’s standard Terms & Conditions still apply such as;
• Bookings cancelled by you 14 days or more prior to departure.
• Refund policy is only applicable to full group booking cancellation and is not applicable to individual passenger cancellations.
Equity booking terms and conditions can be found here.
*Equity will endeavour to move your booking at the same price within the same season but are subject to cost fluctuations such as flight, accommodation and excursion pricing.
**To receive a full refund one or more of the following must apply:
• The Department for Education advises against overnight residential trips to your destination
• Quarantine is required on arrival at destination or on return to the UK
• The UK Government lockdown measures prevent your tour departing as scheduled
• Where government or local legislation is in place that impacts and inhibits the primary reason for your tour
• The Foreign and Commonwealth Development Office (FCDO) advises against all but essential travel
• Equity is unable to operate your trip due to a significant number of planned excursions being closed during your stay.
• The booking’s payment terms have been fully met as outlined in Equity’s terms and conditions.
A full refund will be payable up to 60 days after the date of scheduled departure allowing Equity to obtain refunds from suppliers, such as airlines and accommodation providers.
Equity have been taking young people around the world since 1933, making us one of the longest running tour operators in the school travel market. We take pride in delivering an exceptional customer experience and sharing our expertise in education and travel.
Expand the imagination and creativity of each student in your English class with a school tour to Stratford-upon-Avon – Shakespeare's birthplace and the home to his wife's cottage along with his mother's farm. Stratford-upon-Avon truly is a step-back in time and a walking tour will allow students to learn about how the life and history of Shakespeare has had an impact on the town itself. Our specialists can coordinate a Royal Shakespeare Theatre tour as well as workshops where teachers can decide the text the students will work on to help them understand the dialogue in a new and exciting way. The opportunity to investigate landscapes and historical contents that influenced Shakespeare’s works is an invaluable experience and this school trip will greatly benefit English studies when returning to the classroom.
Learning more about the life of Shakespeare will allow students to better understand his works. Where better than the town of his birth to study the man and his legacy.
Explore Tudor cottages and townhouses in historic Stratford Upon Avon. Anne Hathaway's Cottage is an excellent example of everyday life in Tudor England with it's preserved architecture. Nearby Warwick Castle is another great place to see history come to life.
This restored 16th century house is believed to the birthplace of William Shakespeare in 1564 is now open as a museum.
Royal Shakespeare Theatre
Guided tours allow you to explore both the public and private areas of this famous theatre. Learn about the Royal Shakespeare Company or watch a production.
Guided Walk of Anne Hathaway's Cottage
Students can explore how Shakespeare’s work relates to his life when visiting his wife’s cottage, a thatched farmhouse with stunning grounds and gardens, which overflow with beautiful blooms, and traditional shrubs. Close by is the Holy Trinity Church where both William Shakespeare and Anne Hathaway are buried.
Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) Workshop
The RSC offers school groups practical workshops on any of Shakespeare's plays. These sessions are tailor-made and focus on key areas that are relevant to your students and their studies. Workshops can also be tailored towards a specific character’s journey, featuring certain characters from Macbeth or Romeo and Juliet.
RSC Tour & Tower
A wide variety of tours are available – from a backstage exploration to an “audition tour” where you can try on costumes and try out your Shakespeare in a staged audition. Enjoy panoramic views of Stratford-upon-Avon from the RSC Tower.
Owned by Shakespeare’s daughter Susanna Hall and her husband, this stunning home showcases true 16th century architecture providing an insight of what life was life in this time.
A minimum of 10 paying passengers but no upper limit and we can split large groups across multiple coaches and hotels as required
We believe the travel insurance policy we offer is one of the best available.
With prior knowledge to booking we can arrange a tour that takes into consideration any students with disabilities.
With prior knowledge to booking we can arrange a tour that takes into consideration any students with Special Educational Needs.
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